Wearing Hanbok and visiting the palaces of Seoul is one of the most popular traditional activities in Korea. It’s also one of the most unique… Read More »Hanbok Rental in Seoul – Ultimate Guide
When I first moved to Korea in 2016, I had a great time. In fact, in the first few months, I had a ‘honeymoon’ period… Read More »Christmas in Korea: What You Need to Know
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Forget Christmas and Thanksgiving – in Korea, the two big holidays are Chuseok and Seollal. Occurring in late January/early February and late September/early October, these… Read More »Essential Guide to Chuseok & Seollal Activities
Gangnam is famous for being a ritzy, chic neighbourhood. Fashionable duds, rich athletes, and big-budget TV productions are commonplace in the wide streets of the… Read More »GSL Studio: The Heart and Seoul of Starcraft
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Located about 2 and a half hours from Seoul, Boryeong is known mostly for one thing. Mud. One of Korea’s largest festivals, the Boryeong Mud… Read More »Should You Visit Boryeong Mud Festival?